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Presented by 
Zhe Class of 1963 



As fall the light autumnal leaves, 
one still following the other, so 
in passing do the years of our lives 

drop from us, one day at a time. 




FOREWORD 

As the seasons change, so 
North Adams State College has 
changed during our four years 
here. As freshmen, we saw 
the institution of the new sci- 
ence-mathematics section, the 
first to attend classes in the 
Science Building. 

Our name, too, was changed in anticipation 
of the transition to a liberal arts college— a goal 
we saw attained in our senior year. 

Just as spring follows winter, so still more 
changes follow for our college. Future classes 
can look forward to a greatly expanded campus. 

We hope the contents of this book will re- 
mind you, the graduating class of 1963, of the 
many experiences shared ... in passing. 





CONTENTS 

Dedication 

President's Message 

Faculty 

Mark Hopkins Training School 

Seniors 

Underclassmen 

Organizations 

Sports 

Candids 




The average college freshman knows little about college life. An ex- 
perienced, understanding hand is needed to guide him on the perilous 
quest for knowledge. For the class of 1963, this hand was personified 
by Dr. Christopher Martin. 

Dr. Martin, we dedicate our yearbook to you, and extend to you our 
heartfelt thanks for being both advisor and friend to the class of 1963. 



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To the Glass of I96I: 

Each year recently the College has increased in 
enrollment, ana this year continued the advance. Also, the 
new program for the A. 3. degree with a minor in secondary 
education was instituted. Our College is expanding, and 
will expand even more in the next few years both in size and 
offerings. 

The' need for good teachers at all levels is also 
increasing. You will enter the teaching profession at a, 
most opportune time, and I am confident tha.t you are well 
prepared for your future work. The College is proud of you, 
and I trust that you will augment the ranks of your 

redecessors who have brought renown to our College by 
their excellence. 

I ask God to help you in every way. 

Sincerely, 



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ALI AA. ALLMAKER 
Physics 



DR. WILLIAM ANDERSON 
Psychology 
Personality 




FREDERICK K. BRESSETTE 

English Drama Workshop 

Speech Modern Drama 
Short Story 




LEE COMBS 

Geology 
Geography 




LOUIS S. CUCCINELLO 

Development of Music 

Music Appreciation 

Music of America 




KENNETH O. DAVIS 
Elementary and Secondary Methods 

Chemistry 
Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis 




THOMAS F. DUFFY 

English 

Linguistics 

Contemporary Literature 




DR. MAGDALEN EICHERT 

Placement 

Philosophy of Education 





DEAN ANDREW FLAGG 

Art Appreciation 

Art Methods 



GEORGE GLOSTER 

Mathematics 
Physics 




DR. ROBERT V. HAMILTON 

Clinic 

Psychology 

Philosophy of Education 




GEORGE H. JARCK 

Physical Education 

Guidance 





MRS. SUZANNE KEMPER 
Librarian 



DR. JOHN J. KOMOREK 
Director of Admissions 
Curriculum— Secondary 




MRS. RUTH LALIBERTE 

Physical Education 
First Aid 




MARGARET M. LANOUE 

Methods and Materials 

Remedial Reading 

English Composition 





DR. NATHAN LAVENDA 

Biology 

Physiology 



IRIS O. LILLY 
Freshman Mathematics 

Analytical Geometry 
History of Mathematics 

Introductory Calculus 





EDMUND K. LUDDY 

American History and Government 

Advanced American Government 

Foreign Relations 

United States Since 1900 

Political Science Classics 



DR. CHRISTOPHER MARTIN 



Biology 
Botany 
Ecology 
Genetics 



Micro-Biology 
Plant Physiology 
Zoology 




JOHN T. McNULTY 

Western Civilization 

Sociology 

Renaissance and Reformation 




DR. COOPER MILNER 

Western Civilization 
American Government 




AMES S. PIERCE 

Economics 

Modern Europe 

Russia 




ELLEN SCHIFF 
French 



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DR. JOHN H. SEAAON 

Physical Science 

Astronomy 




DR. RICHARD A. SLEEAAAN 

Chemistry 

Statistics 

Organic Chemistry 

Science Seminar 




MARGARET AA. TOOLE 

English 

Sociology 

Shakespeare 




ROBERT R. WHEELER 

English Literature 

American Literature 

Eighteenth Century Literature 



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Mrs. Michaels 
Mrs. Farmer 



OFFICE STAFF 



Miss Shay 
Mrs. Reed 
Mrs. Russett 
Mr. McFarland 
Mrs. Weeks 





MARK HOPKINS TRAINING SCHOOL 

Our four years of study at North Adams State College are climaxed by a period 
of student teaching— a time we as freshmen looked upon with vague feelings. 
However, when confronted with this new situation, we found we had to face 
groups of young people whose welfare and education were in part entrusted to 
us. This called for a focusing of all our energies and attentions on one task- 
teaching. There was no room for vagueness in either our attitudes or our actions. 

A competent staff of training teachers guided us toward the ultimate goal of 
becoming teachers. They were our critics, helpers, counselors, and our friends as 
the situation demanded, tireless in their efforts to aid us in our growth as mem- 
bers of the teaching profession. 

The real transition from student to teacher was an inner one, we found, as 
each of us realized the importance of the duty we had to our students and the 
ideals we had to uphold as educators. This dual duty, however, is not one which 
is easily lived up to. It is a task we will set before us to accomplish in our careers 
as educators. 



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Elementary Faculty 




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Jr. High Faculty 



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JAMES H. ARCHEY 



M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Co-Capt. 3, 4 



GERALDINE BARAN 



Glee Club 1, 2 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
South Pacific 





CYNTHIA ANN BARROW 



Glee Club 1 
Student Council 4 
Harlequin 1, 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 4 
Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Delta Psi Omega 2, 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
Soph. Prom Comm. 2 
Halloween Dance Comm. 



Boston State Play Day 3 
Parents' Weekend Comm. 4 
Freshman Court 1 
Dorm Council 1, 4 

Social Chairman 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
S.N.E.A. 4 
Musicals 1, 2 
Spring Play 1, 2, 3, 4 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 

Capt. 4 



LINDA MAY BEARSE 



W.R.A. 1,2, 3, 4 
S.N.E.A. 4 
Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 
Sophomore Prom. 2 

Decoration Chairman 
Dorm Council 3, 4 
Canterbury Club 4 
Dance Committees 1, 2 







MICHAEL S. BOBOWIEC JR. 



Science Club 1 , 2, 3, 4 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Stunt Night 1, 4 

Eastern College Science Conf. 3 

Mountain Day Leader 2 



MARTHA BORNAK 



Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
W.R.A. 1,2,3,4 
Soph. Prom 2 

Co-Chairman 
Halloween Dance 1 

Decoration Comm. 
Student Voice 4 

Co-Editor 
Current Events Club 

Treas. 2, 3 
Frosh. Orient. Comm. 3 

Treas. 4 



Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
Social Calendar Comm. 4 
Dorm Council 2 
S.N.E.A. 2, 3,4 
Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 
S.T.E.A.M. Conf. 4 
Who's Who 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 
C.A. 1,2,3,4 
N.E.T.P.A. Conf. 4 








RUSSELL A. BRAZEAU 



Newman Club 1 

Student Council 4 

Glee Club 3 

Spring Play 3 

Taconah 

Literary Editor 2 
Assistant Editor 3 
Co-Editor 4 



JOAN LOUISE BRIGNOLO 



Class Sec. 1 
Newman Club 1 
Halloween Dance Comm. 1 
Frosh. Queen's Court 1 
Cheerleader 1,2,3 
Class Treas. 2 
Soph. Queen's Court 2 
Orientation Comm. 3, 4 
Social Calendar 2, 3 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3 



Student N. E. A. 4 
Tradition Court 3 
Graduation Marshal 3 
Winter Carnival Court 4 
Student Council 4 
W.R.A. 1,2,3,4 

Treas. 4 
Parents' Day Weekend Comm. 4 
Stunt Night 2, 4 

Co-Editor, Yearbook 4 





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CATHERINE M. BUCKLEY 



Class Treas. 4 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4 
N.E.A. 3,4 
AA.T.A. 3, 4 
Orientation Comm. 3 
Special Projects Comm. 4 
W.R.A. 2,3,4 
Stunt Night 3, 4 
Christmas Party 4 
Science Club 2 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 



JAMES D. CAHALAN, JR. 



Science Club 1, 2 
Harlequin 1, 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 3 
Delta Psi Omega 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 3 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

Sec.-Treas. 3 

Pres. 4 
Student Council 3, 4 
Spring Play 1, 3 
Christmas Play 2, 3 
Who's Who 4 






WILLIAM WALTON CHANDLER 

President Student Council 4 

Student Government Conference 4 

Who's Who 4 

Glee Club 3 

"Statesmen" 4 

Band 4 

Spring Play 3 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Winter Carnival Committee 3 

Student N.E. A. 4 



BARBARA (SILK) CECCHI 



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Orientation Committee 2 

Sec. 3 
Glee Club 1 , 2, 3 
S.N.E.A. 3, 4 

Secretary 2 

Treasurer 3 
Stunt Night 2, 4 
Freshman Court 1 
Christian Association 1, 2 
Yearbook 4 
Musical 1, 2 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Court 2 
Special Projects Committee 3 
Parents' Day Weekend 1 





PRISCILLA LOUISE CROSIER 



Band 3, 4 
C.A. 1,2,3,4 

V. Pres. 3 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4 

V. Pres. 4 
Soph. Prom 2 
N.E.A. 2, 3,4 
Stunt Night 3 




RICHARD COLEAAAN 



M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Treas. 4 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 
Soph. Prom Comm. 2 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3 
Basketball Manager 1 
Soccer 1 , 2 
N.E.A. 3, 4 
Fall Foliage Float 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Intramural Basketball 1, 4 




JUDITH DE MAYO 



W.R.A. 1,2,3,4 
Newman Club 1 
Science Club 1 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Halloween Dance Comm. 1 
Soph. Prom Comm. 2 



SHEILA JEANNE DONOVAN 



Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Sec. 2 
Current Events Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Prps. 2 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

V. Pres. 4 
Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 

Sec. 2 

Chair. 3 



Student Council 2, 3, 4 

Sec. 4 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Court 3 
Stunt Night Chair. 3 
N.E.A. 4 
W.R.A. 1,2, 3, 4 
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3 
Mass. Student Gov't. Conf. 3 
N.E.T.P.A. Conf. 2 
Who's Who 4 





BERNARD J. FRYC 



Current Events Club 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 3 
Fall Foliage Float Chair. 3 
Science Club 2 
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 
Soph. Prom Comm. 2 
Winter Carnival Chair. 3 
Student Council 3 
Stunt Night 3, 4 



JOHN GALLIVAN 



Cross Country 3 

Baseball 1, 2, 4 

Soccer 2, 3 

Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 





JOYCE GAZZANIGA 



W.R.A. 2, 3, 4 
Dance Comm. 3, 4 



PHYLLIS ELAINE GOODWIN 



Halloween Dance 1 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2,3, 4 
N.E.A. 4 
Stunt Night 3, 4 
Intramural Sports 1 
"Outward Bound" 3 





DAVID PHILLIPS HATHAWAY 



Halloween Dance Comm. 1 
Current Events Club 2, 3, 4 

V. Pres. 3 
Soph. Prom. Comm. 2 
C.A. 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 4 
Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 

V. Pres. 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
AA.A.A. 1,2,3,4 
Honor Society 3, 4 
Orientation Comm. 4 
N.E.A. 2, 3,4 



CAROL R. HARRINGTON 



"Brigadoon" 1 
C.A. 1, 2, 3,4 

Treas. 3, 4 
Dorm Council 

Pres. 4 
Glee Club 1,2, 3, 

Pres. 3 
Delta Psi Omega 3, 4 
Frosh Orientation Comm. 



Parents' Day Comm. 4 
"South Pacific" 2 

Spring Play Stage Manager 2, 3, 4 
Student Gov't. Conf. 4 
Student Council 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
S.N.E.A. 4 
Stunt Night 4 
Harlequin 2, 3, 4 
Sec. -Treas. 4 










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RALPH L. HUNTER 



Current Events Club 3 
Soph. Prom. Comm. 3 
Inter-class Basketball 1 , 2, 4 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
N.E.A. 4 



RICHARD W. JENNINGS 



Basketball 1 , 2, 3 
Soccer 1 
M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Sec. 3, 4 
Class Pub. Relations 3, 4 
Taconah 2, 3 
Kappa Delta Phi 
Yearbook Staff 4 





RICHARD PETER LA POINTE 
Honor Society 3, 4 



LAUREL ANN LAWSON 



W.R.A. 1,2, 3,4 
Co-Editor Yearbook 4 
Student Council 4 
Stunt Night Co-Chairman 3 
Honor Society 
Class Sec. 4 
Who's Who 4 





FREDERICK C. LILLPOPP 



JULIA WATSON LOWE 



Glee Club 1,2,3,4 

Sec.-Treas. 4 
C.A. 1,2,3,4 

Vice Pres. 4 
S.N.E.A. 3, 4 

Frosh. Orientation Comm. 2, 
Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Halloween Dance Comm. 1 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
"Brigadoon" 1 
"South Pacific" 2 
Yearbook 4 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3 



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LYNN DIANE MALIONE 



W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Newman Club 1 

S.N.E.A. 4 

Stunt Night 2 

Soph. Prom Comm. 2 

Halloween Dance Comm. 1 

Yearbook Staff 4 



JANET MAC GREGOR 



W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
C.A. 1,2,3,4 
Glee Club 3, 4 
Public Relations 4 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 




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WILLIAM L. MITCHELL 



M.A.A. 1, 2,3,4 

Vice Pres. 3 
"South Pacific" 2 
Intramural 3, 4 
Baseball 2, 3, 4 
Stunt Night 3, 4 
Circle K 4 




CAROLE MARY MAZZA 



Halloween Dance Comm. 1 
Taconah 1, 2, 3, 4 

Editor 3 

Co-Editor 4 
Student Council 3, 4 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Sec. 3 
Class Sec. 3 
Soph. Prom Comm. 2 
Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 
New York Conf. 3 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3 




ROBERT F. MOREY 



Class Pres. 1 

Student Council 1 

Halloween Dance Comm. 1 

Stunt Night 1, 2, 3 

Soccer 4 

Ski Club 

Kappa Delta Phi 
Public Relations 
Nat'l. Representative 
Alumni Sec. 



ROBERT MULARSZYK 



M.A.A. 1, 2, 3,4 
Kappa Delta Phi 3, 4 

V. Pres. 4 
Soccer 1,2,3 
Basketball 1 , 2, 3 




SALLY LYNN OSTROBINSKI 



W.R.A. 1,2,3,4 
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3 




WILLIAM A. OSTRANDER JR. 



Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4 

M.A.A. 1,2,3,4 

Student Council 3, 4 

Class Pres. 3, 4 

Stunt Night 1, 2, 3 

Bookstore 3, 4 

Soc. Calendar Comm. 3, 4 

Chair. 4 
Frosh. Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 

Pub. Relations Director 3 
Who's Who 4 
Student-Faculty Relation Comm. 4 





KAREN IRAAA PAULSEN 



Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 
Frosh. Queen 1 
Class Vice Pres. 2 
Sophomore Queen 
W.R.A. Vice Pres. 3 
Winter Carnival Court 2 
Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 
Yearbook 4 



DOUGLAS PEPIN 



AA.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4 
Stunt Night 2 





PAUL EDWARD PERACHI 

AA.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Newman Club 1 , 2 

Basketball 1, 3, 4 

Baseball 1 

Yearbook Staff 4 

S.N.E.A. 3, 4 

Halloween Dance Comm. 1 

"Outward Bound" 3 

Student Public Relations Director 4 



JACQUELINE RAYMOND 



Glee Club 2,3,4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
C.A. 2, 3, 4 

Sec. 4 
Dance Comm. 2, 3 
S.N.E.A. 3,4 
Intramural Sports 2, 3 
Stunt Night 3 
Band 3, 4 
AAt. Day Comm. 4 
Intercollegiate Basketball 2 



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JEANNETTE RICHARD 



Frosh. Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 1, 2 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Executive Board 3 

Pres. 4 
S.N.E.A. 3, 4 
Student Council 4 
Dance Comm. 1 , 2, 3 
Stunt Night 4 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 
Parents' Day Comm. 4 
Musicals 1, 2 



ANTHONY RUSSO 



Glee Club 1, 3 
Halloween Orch. 3, 4 
Current Events 1,3,4 
Baseball 1, 3 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Vice Pres. 4 
Jazz Society 4 
Taconah 4 
United Fund Comm. 4 




JOSEPH SANTACROSE 



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Newman Club 1, 2 
Harlequin 1 

Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student Council 3, 4 

Asst. Treas. 3 

Treas. 4 
Ski Club 4 

Special Events Comm. 4 
Special Projects Comm. 3 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3 
"South Pacific" 2 
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 



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JUNE ANN SHOGRY 



Canterbury Club 3, 4 
S.N.E.A. 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 4 





GAIL M. SIMMONS 



Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4 
S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4 
Soph. Prom Comm. 2 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Halloween Dance Comm. 1 



MARY MARGARET SIWIK 



Newman Club 1 
Dorm Council 

Vice Pres. 3 

Treas. 4 
S.N.E.A. 3,4 

Halloween Refreshment Comm. 1 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3,4 
Sophomore Prom Comm. 2 





JOSEPH A. SPINAZOLA JR. 



Class Pres. 2 

Varsity Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4 

Co-Capt. 3 
Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 3, 4 
Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 
Stunt Night 1, 4 
Newman Club 1 
Student Council 2 



AA.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Vice Pres. 2, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3 
N.Y. Teachers' Conf. 2, 3 

Chair. 3 
Parents' Day Comm. 2 
Dance Committees 1, 2 
Winter Carnival Comm. 3 



Claudia ruth taylor 



Dorm Council 1 

Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 

Yearbook Staff 4 

N.E.T.P.A. Conf. 3 

Stunt Night 2 

Frosh. Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 

Pub. Relations 4 
Glee Club Accompanist 1 , 2, 3 
Dance Comm. 1 , 2, 3 
S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 3 
"Brigadoon" 1 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
C.A. 1, 2 





MARTHA TISDALE 



W.R.A. 1, 2,3, 4 

Pres. 3 
Intramural Sports 1 , 2, 3, 4 
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 
Mountain Day 1, 2, 3, 4 



PATRICIA WARCHOL 



Cheerleader 1, 3, 4 

Glee Club 1 

Delta Psi Omega 3, 4 

Harlequin 3, 4 

Stunt Night 1,2, 3, 4 

"Outward Bound" 3 

"Brigadoon" 1 

"South Pacific" 2 

S.N.E.A. 4 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Frosh. Orientation Comm. 2 

Intramural Sports 1 





ARLENE G. WYNN 



Glee Club 2, 3, 4 

Sec.-Treas. 3 
Canterbury Club 3, 4 
Christian Association 2 
W.R.A. 2, 3, 4 
Taconah 4 
Yearbook 4 
S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 4 



Senior Specials 



LOIS DANIELS RICHARD ST. FRANCIS 

W.R.A 3, 4 AA.A.A. 2, 3, 4 

Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 
Newman Club 3, 4 



JOYCE SERDAHELY CAROL SHAY 

W.R.A. 3, 4 W.R.A. 4 



GORDON TAYLOR AAANLEY TYLER 

AA.A.A. 3, 4 AA.A.A. 1,2, 3,4 

Science Club 1, 2 
Basketball 1 
Honor Society 2 




SENIOR OFFICERS 



Pres.: William Ostrander 
Treas.: Catherine Buckley 



Vice-Pres.: David Hathaway 
Public Relations: Richard Jennings 



Sec: Laurel Lawson 



Co-Editors: Laurel Lawson 



YEARBOOK STAFF 



Joan Brignolo 




Underclassmen 





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We learn and live. 



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Pres.: Robert Morton 

Vice-Pres.: Marianne Duffy 

Sec: Dorothy Giusti 

Treas.: Susan Agostini 

Public Relations: Karen Jorgensen 




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Sophomores 



Pres.: Robert Gentile Sec: Carolyn Ryder 

Vice-Pres.: William Duffy Treas..- Carol Seymour 

Public Relations: Josetta Knopf 




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Pres.: Nicholas Altiere Sec: Susan Huerth 

Vice-Pees.: William Yanusas Treas.: Linda Wheeler 

Public Relations: Peter Bond 





Student Council 



Pres.: William Chandler Treas.: Joseph Santacroce 

V.-Pres.: Paul Perachi Asst. Treas.: Robert McMenemy 

Sec: Shiela Donavan Pub. Re/.: Paul Perachi 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Pierce 




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Pres: Tim Carroll 
V.-Pres.: Joseph Spinazola 
Sec: Richard Jennings 
Treas.: Richard Coleman 







Zaconah 




"Taconah," the school literary magazine, is an organization designed to provide a creative outlet for the 
literary interests of the school and to act as a medium of communication between the students and faculty. 
The publication, in fulfilling these roles, hopes also to stimulate interest in the college and its intellectual 
and cultural activities. 



Co-Editors: Carole Mazza 
Russell Brazeau 




Pres.: Carol Harrington 
Vice-Pres.: Ann Flammia 
Sec: Mary Siwik 



Dorm Officers 

Treas.: Ruth Leab 

Social Chairman: Cynthia Barrow 

Sr. Representative: Linda Bearse 



Jr. Representative: Mary Maston 
Soph. Representative: Gail Davidson 
Frosh. Representative: Marcia Purtell 



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Music Club 

Pres.: Bea Steady 
V.-Pres.: Pricilla Crosier 
Sec.-Treas.: Julie Lowe 
Pub. Re/..- Janet Mac Gregor 

Current S vents Club 




The purposes of this club are to foster a spirit of fellowship among its members and to promote among 
the members of the student body consciousness of their responsibilities to the college and to the civic 
community. The club discusses and attempts to understand contemporary happenings in all major fields 
of human activities. 



Pres.: Joseph Campadelli 
V.-Pres.: James Dynes 



Sec: David Marley 
freas.: Elliot Binns 



Pub. Re/.: David Marley 
Advisor: Mr. Pierce 



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Kappa 'Delta Phi 



In 1961, Kappa Delta Phi fraternity established a chapter at North Adams State College, Omicron Chap- 
ter. Just as the college has grown and advanced, Kappa Delta Phi has also grown and strengthened. Their 
social accomplishments include the Annual Spring Fling, sports rallies, numerous dances and mixers. The 
greatest academic contribution was the establishment of a generous yearly book grant to our college 
library. June, 1963, marks the graduation of four brothers— Pres. Joseph Spinazola, V.-Pres. Robert Mul- 
arczyk, Robert Morey and Richard Jennings. 



Orientation Committee 





Canterbury Club 



The Canterbury Club at North Adams State College is a member of the National Association of Student 
Organizations located in colleges and universities of the country. The member groups are committed to a 
definite program of worship, study, service, giving, evangelism, and unity. The State College Canterbury 
Group meets regularly for Holy Communion and for dinner at St. John's Church, and schedules other meet- 
ings throughout the school year for discussion and study. 



Pres.: Beatrice Steady 
Sec.-Treas.: Carol Waters 



Program Co-chairmen: Carl Smith 
Judith Patashnick 




Christian Association 



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Pres.: David Hathaway 
Vice-Pres.: Julia Lowe 



Sec.: Jacqueline Raymond 
7>eas.: Carol Harrington 




Newman Club 



Pres.: Jeannette Richard 
Vice-Pres.: Marie Lingoski 
Sec: Ann Flammia 



Treas.: Mary Maston 

Public Relations: Josetta Knopf 



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The Women's Recreational Association is an organization concerned with stimulating interest in and en- 
couraging active participation in recreational activities. Every woman student is a member upon payment 
of her student dues and is encouraged to engage in the various activities sponsored by the W.R.A. each 
month. Bowling, skiing, and horseback riding are but a few of the events it sponsors monthly. 



Pres.: Katherine Porrovecchio 
Vice-Pres.: Lenore Richards 
Sec- Judith Patashnick 



Treas.: Virginia Swiatek 

Head of Sports: Dorothy Guisti 

Public Relations: Ruth Starratt 



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Honor Society 



Pres.: James Cahalan 
V.-Pres.: Sheila Donavan 
Sec: Ellen Dabrowalski 
Treas..- Amelia Leitch 
Advisors: Dr. John Semon 

Mr. Edmund K. Luddy 



The purpose of the Frank Fuller Murdock Soci- 
ety is to give scholarship and leadership a place 
of high esteem in the eyes of the student body. 



Zhe Student Voice 




The Student Voice, a 
monthly newspaper at 
North Adams State Col- 
lege, provides news of 
general and local inter- 
est, and acts as a medium 
by which any interested 
student, willing to affix 
his signature, may make 
his views known to stu- 
dents, faculty, and ad- 
ministrators of the col- 
lege. In its initial year 
of publication, the paper 
has upheld its high stand- 
ards and done a splendid 
job in its role as recorder 
of college events. 



Editor-in-Chief 

Susan A. Agostini 

Associate Editors 
Martha Bomack 
Patricia Callan 
Louise Gallivan 




Marlequ'm 



Harlequin is the dramatic organization of N.A.S.C., which produces annually a Christmas and spring play. 
This year an attempt was made to establish the tradition of producing a program for the children of the 
area schools, a purpose well-worth the effort. A broadening of interest and skills in all phases of drama- 
while enjoying it— is the aim of Harlequin. 



Science Club 



OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Cynthia Barrow 
Vice-Pres.: Elizabeth Laino 
Sec.-Treas.: Carol Harrington 
Advisor: Mr. F. Bressette 



OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Robert AAahar 
Advisor: Mr. Allmaker 




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The membership to this na- 
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standing workers in the field of 
dramatics. This group comprises 
the core of the casts for the dra- 
matic offerings of the school. 



Pres.: Peter Wright 
Sec.-Treas.: Karen Jorgenson 
Advisor: Mr. Frederick Bressette 



Cheering Squad 



Seven regular and four alternate members comprise the squad. With practice, hard work, and enthusiasm 
the girls arouse spectators' spirit, and the "organized noise" to cheer our teams to victory. Rah! Rah! Mohawks!! 



Captdin: Cynthia Barrow 
Squad: Patricia Girgenti 
Patricia Warchol 
Claudia Taylor 



Betty Townscend 
Kenna Andrews 
Betzy Quinn 




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Walter A. Brown, president! Nat Hunter, New York City North Adams State Mohawks i the starters a rest after the lea< 
%rexy of the Boston Celtics and freshman forward for Windham,^ their shooting eyes and run- started to ^m. 



^ u Boston Gardens, joined Green- P"" ™ a «e man show at t mes ■ ^ hoes on the bus to K eene, 
15 r field fans to watch two clubs put, In hls second colle i e perform- * ^ mrr ,^ «,' 

L ' n °on a "pro" performance last nightie of his career, Hunter shot a N.H. last night and trimmed the 
native as the North Adams State Mo- |S P ectacu ^ ar ^ Ior ^1 to total up Keene State College Owls, 98-61 
born Shawks took an extra five min-| the game's high for 41 points. He j n w h a t was strictly a runaway. 
iteAlfrutes to edge out Windham Col- also showed great skill in re- The e was des cribed as 

iger. lege, 108-103. bounding to account for 20 re-, 

i Scho Brown, who was honored by bounds and assisting his team- ra f ed P la / ed on an under 
Is in. the Windham outfit, was thrilled' mates eight times. Tim Varian, sized gym but this didn t put any 
il. At as he watched what could be de- :Bronx soph, shot 10 for 13 to col- handicap on Coac'.i Goerge Jarck's 

a lincscnbed as a future edition of thej le ct 23 points. He was joined by forces. It was the second win fori Chenail 5 

script Boston Celtics and New York [teammates Jim Krug who hit for North Adams over Keene this Carroll 3 

positio Knickerbockers in play on the 15 points and Don Bradley who season the Mohawks winning here 1 Fitzpatrick 2 

Idition, Greenfield High School court, netted 13 points. on Dec. 10, 66-49. 

Bill's' Frankie Zoltek, the Mohawks co-j Both clubs were spectacular in North Adams boosted its New 

it wa capt. gave a Cously-like perform- ! their shooting from the floor. England Conference mark to 9-1 



le waance in the waning minutes of; Win dham College made 75 at- a nd its overall record to 11-1. The 
iany ythe overtime period as he stole j tempts at the basket and hit 44 next game is at home this Sat- 
jcript-jthe ball and dribbled in and out times which figures to be 57 per urday night with Willimantic and 
rdent of the fiv e pressing Windham cent; while the Mohawks made then there is a full week's rest 
e l 0n g e players. Zoltek dribbled between J 81 attempts to hit 45 times which for mid-year examinations before 
5 club, his le gs and behind his back to is a very good 56 per cent fig- Westfield comes to Hoosac Hall 

ure. Rsbounds made the differ- o: Saturday, Jan. 26. 

ence in the game, however, as Once again it was Co-Capt. 



The game was marred by manj 
fouls, 40 in all, 20 on each side. 

The summary: 
North Adams B 

Zoltek 10 

Gallagher 5 

Goodnow 2 

Spinazola 5 

Archey S 

Perachi 3 



Wilkinson 

Pietras 2 

Desaultes 1 



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literally amaze the crowd. Fran- 



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the last point of the game, al- , the Mohawks cleared the boards Frankie Zoltek who paced the Fenton 1 



the ci 

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when the overtime horn sounded, 

that they swarmed on Zoltek, Joe 

Spinazola, Jim Archey, Bruce 

Gallagher and Wayne Goodnow, 

who were the stalwarts in the 

overtime period. Coach George 

Jarck was jubilant too, beginning 

er th; his joyful jumps, on the second, 

mn g [in the last five seconds of play. 

ist th» But Jarck received the signal 

h, bu|f r om the referee that a violation 

■• He | had been committed and retriev- 

n 194 ed Zoltek from the shoulders of 

sorshijthe trimphant Mohawk fans . . . 

In 19E and Frank, in solitude tossed the 

rffice final point of the game. 



Totals 41 

Keene B 

Hubbard 6 

Giovanag'li 3 

Murphy 

Doran 1 

Bausoukas 2 



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53 times as compared to 35 for Mohawks with 22 markers. Also 
Windham. j in double figures were Bruce Gal- 

The game was nip and tuck all lagher with 15, Joe Spinazola with 
the way. Paul Perachi dunked a 12 and Jim Chen-:i with 10. Coach 
last second basket to put the Mo- Jarck used 12 men in all, giving 
hawks ahead at half time, 55-54. _ 

The greatest spread was 10 points — 

enjoyed by each club at times, §tftt© Coll©l£© 
but the lead was soon erased and 
the other club went ahead for a 
moment or two. The see-saw bat- 
tle ended in a 96-96 tie at the end 
of the regulation 40 minutes of 
play. The final, in overtime play, 
NASC 108, Windham 103. 

There is one thing for certain, 
this was a thrilling, outstanding 
game and the North Adams fans 
are in for another thrill when 



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Zoltek Amazing 

Zoltek shot an amazing 13 for 
21 from the floor to total 33 points 
which lead the Mohawks. Frank 
was joined by four other team- 
mates who gathered in double 
figures. Big Paul Perachi, elbows 
out, grabbed the ball off the back- 
boards 13 times and shot a re- 
spectable 6 for 11 attempts to 
account for 21 points. Jimmy 
Archey also co-capt. rivaled his 
co-capt. teammate, Zoltek, in ball 
handling. He pressed and grab- 
a s |bed the ball at every opportune 
Zaval moment and dunked in an un- 
ichild | believable 67 per cent of his shots, 
'! a sjeight for 12, to add 16 points to 
of_ St-jthe Mohawks' kitty. Timmy Car- 
mece jroll was even more unbelievable, 
Fl although restricted by Coach Jarck 
neral jto first half play, he shot six for 
m. fj seven to tally a total of 16 points. 



Windham invades the Mohawks 
early in January. 

Invade Vermont 

The Mohawks have a weekend 
trip to Vermont as they play a 



Mohawks Score 
At Dan bury State 



Although sluggish and playing Danbury trailing. At half time 



below par, North Adams State 
College Mohawks survived a long 
cold bus drive and an even cold- 
er shooting night to down Dan- 
bury State College, 73-60, Jast 



game with the Vermont State 1 night at Danbury, Conn 

College at Lyndon at 8 p. m. Fri-j it was Conference win No. 11 

day and travel to the Vermont against one loss for Coach George 



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Joe Spinazola showed great form 
under the boards to grab 11 re- 
bounds. 

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State College at Johnson Satur- 
day night. 
North Adams B 

Zoltek 13 

Perachi 6 

Gallagher 6 

Goodnow 2 

Chenail ,.. 2 

Archey 8 

Carroll 6 

Spinazola \ 2 



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Jarck's charges and 14-1 overall. 
This Friday^Hight, the Mohawks 
go to Albany to meet Pharmacy 
and on Saturday night offer the 
banner attraction of the home 
season whe 



Totals 45 18 

Windham B F 

Bradley 5 3 

Hunter 18 5 

Krug 7 1 

Potter 3 3 



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the score was tied 26-26. 

Zoltek led the scorers with 21 
Carroll had 18. Joe Spinazola alsc 
hit double figures, 13. 

Tony Gorman paced Danbury 
with 16. 

The summary: 
North Adams B 

Zoltek 8 

Gallagher 

Goodman 

Spinazola 5 

Archey 2 

Perachi 3 

Chenail 3 

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ov recognized industrial development before the powerful Ways and 



Soccer Zcam 



In the fall of 1959 a new varsity sport was added to the already overtaxed, basketball-burdened AA.A.A. 
budget. The new sport, Soccer, attracted a small, inexperienced, but certainly enthusiastic group of athletes. 
They soon found, much to their dismay, that a soccer field is some 110 yards long, necessitating a vigorous 
physical-fitness program. Nevertheless five freshmen joined the squad, swelling the ranks of the participants 
to the required minimum of eleven' men. These five men were Bob Mularczyk, Dave Scales, Dick Jennings, 
Rick Coleman, and Jack Gallivan. The fabled "iron men" squad of '59 concluded the season with a respec- 
table record . . 0-8. 

The following season an influx of fresh personnel plus the more experienced returnees provided the neces- 
sary depth for a more successful season. The team compiled a 2-8 mark. 

By the end of the successful 1962 season, soccer appears to have a bright future at North Adams. 





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basketball 



The basketball season of 1959-60 commenced with the 
dedication of a spank-new gym and an opening game loss 
to powerful Salem State College. Five freshmen made the 
team— Jim Archey, Joe Spinazola, Dick Jennings, Bob 
Mularczyk and Jack Dietalevi. 

This was primarily a rebuilding year with new personnel 
Windham-1963. and a new coach, Mr. Jarck. The team finished with a 

solid 12-5 record that was indicative of the rise in power 

of North Adams' basketball. The year proved to be a 

foundation year for our first championship team. 

In cur sophomore year, the added freshmen strength plus the loss of only one senior, resulted in a core 

of experienced ballplayers possessing the necessary familiarity with one another, -to develop into the fine 

championship team. The starting five consisted of Jim Archey, George St. Pierre, Fred LaFave, Joe Zavaterro, 

and Billy McKeever. Zavaterro graduated in January and sophomore "jumping jack" Joe Spinazola took over 

the vacated spot in the lineup. 

In early March of 1961 the first round of championship play-off games was held in the Hoosac gym. 
North Adams took its opening round game for the Northern Division title by swamping Plymouth State. 
Worcester State was next and was beaten with surprising ease, as North Adams completed the season 
with a glittering 21-3 record and the New England Conference Championship. 

Sporting new uniforms, jackets and key-chains, the team of 1961-62 was somewhat handicapped by the 
loss of five of the top eight players of the previous season. Once again a rebuilding job was necessary 
and newcomers Tim Carroll, Frank Zoltek, Paul Perachi, Bruce Gallagher and George Fitzpatrick provided 
a wealth of talent. With a 15-7 record we entered the playoffs, beating Castleton in the first round only to be 
out-classed by the fantastic shooting of Gorham State College in Portland, Maine. 

In this our senior year, only three members of the class remained with the squad. Bob Mularczyk and Dick 
Jennings failed to return as did one graduating senior of the previous June. Playing their last year of 



Fitchburg State College 
1963 




college basketball were Paul Perachi, Jim Archey and Joe Spinazola. The team was outstanding against 
strong competition and completed the season with a fine record of 20-3. However, Gorham State floored 
substantially the same top-flight team of '62 and again downed North Adams for the Northern Division 
crown. 

During the past few years we have seen a meteoric rise in both caliber of play and prestige of North 
Adams' basketball teams. We have witnessed such innovations as the new gymnasium (a fine, but long 
playing surface) and a switch from the nick-name "Profs" to the more appropriate "Mohawks". North Adams' 
teams now travel in the relative comfort of chartered buses, some 3500 miles a year. The opposition through- 
out the league has improved greatly and the "Mohawks" this year played to a total attendance of 8500 fans. 
A good deal of the added prestige is due to the enlarged and ambitious publicity coverage of recent years. 

We are happy and proud to have participated in the sports program at North Adams. We hope that im- 
provements will continue to be made in the future. In particular, we feel that there is now a definite need 
for a full-time trainer to be added to the sports staff. The program has been enlarged to the point where 
almost a quarter of the male population of the school takes an active part. 

Through the years we have seen many men sustain severe injuries that may have prevented or minimized 
had there been proper equipment and a competent trainer on hand. 



Fifchburg State 

College Playoffs 

1963 



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Varsity basketball Zeam 




baseball 



The baseball team, here at North Adams, has been a sorry lot, not because of talent, but because of in- 
adequate equipment. Many an infielder was worried about bending over too sharply and many a fleet-footed 
base runner thought twice before sliding into second. The lack of adequate equipment, however, never 
took any luster out of our players. As underdogs in many a game, the boys played hard against big odds 
and nearly every home game they won or went down expending every ounce of fight before the usual poor 
crowds. Every player had to just about fight for himself at practice. Natural ability every player had and 
needed since a full time coach was not to be had. The boys worked together as much as they could. During a 
game this unity paid off in squeeze bunts, double stealing and in double plays. 

Every away game was filled with adventure through inadequate facilities. This meant traveling by convoy 
non-stop to destination, and dressing in drafty dressing rooms. 

The names we will first remember as stand outs on the team are: Joe Santacroce, Bill Ostrander, Bill 
Mitchell and Jack Gallivan. Others include Harold Williams, Jim Meaney, Pete Morrill, Frank Zoltek, Roger 
Goodell, John Mozden and many others. Names of our past include Buddy Pellerin, Joe Zavaterro, Butch 
LeClair, Don Ziter, Fred LaFave and Tom Condron. 

Mr. Duffy assisted player-coach Joe Zavaterro, Buddy Pellerin, and Don Ziter for three successive years. 
His enthusiasm and interest inspired the boys many times. 

At last, we obtained a full time baseball coach. Mr. Wolfe is a needed essential and under such capa- 
ble supervision the future teams should go far in ability as well as in the win column. 

We hope that in the years to come, a greater following will come about, a bus for transportation would 
be provided and new equipment would become an annual commodity. 



Graduating Seniors 



JOE SANTACROCE BILL MITCHELL BILL OSTRANDER 



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Class 
History 




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EN PASSANT— It began— the spring of our college career— green freshmen like spring buds waiting, hop- 
ing to bloom— No Orientation Weekend for us— just beanies and handbooks and Dr. Freel making a speech 
on the steps— A Freshman Dance at the Phoenix— the upperclassmen suave, poised— Karen Paulsen reigned 
over all— Timidly scurried to classes— New building, no phys. ed— Passing books to library— Plans for Hallo- 
ween Dance started, mobiles decorated Masonic Temple— Class elections; Biff Morey, Tom Kirby, John Reilly, 
Joan Brignolo— Warnings passed out— Christmas banquet and dance— Terrified freshmen and first exams, we 
survived!— Mid-year holiday and registration— Gym classes started— First experience for all at weekend Winter 
Carnival— "Damn Yankees" at Stunt Night— Warm weather and the beach at Fish Pond— Final exams— Home for 
the summer. 

EN PASSANT— Returned for the summer of our college career— Green buds have bloomed in the first flower 
of success— Sitting on Greek curbstones— Officers: Joe Spinazola, Karen Paulsen, Barbie Silk, Joan Brignolo, 
Peggy O'Hagerty— Enthusiastic plans for Sophomore Prom, "Misty" and Queen Karen— Christmas Dance in 
gym and Santa Flagg— Finals again— Back to study notes, English, and U.S. History— "Roaring Twenties" 
scores victory at Stunt Night— Win title, challenge Globe Trotters— Rainy Winter Carnival— Special award to 
Rick Coleman for only snow sculpture entry, a mound— Spring fever clashes with finals. 

EN PASSANT— Autumn has arrived and the hardier flowers remain— Representing the class: Bill Ostrander, 
Dave Hathaway, Carole Mazza, Barbie Silk, Dick Jennings—Methods! Methods! Methods!— Observations, 
lesson plans, and changing unit plans— School float, our contribution to the Fall Foliage Parade— Final exams 
crept up on us— Class rings— Schedule scuffles— Juniors directed campaign for "Winter Holiday" beauties 
—Snow too late, naturally— Stunt Night honors won with "News Highlights" sponsored by "no air holes bread" 
—Silver spoon for Dr. Martin's new heir— Final exams— Junior-Senior Prom at Wendell Sherwood, setting 
up tables and infamous refreshments. Another year ends. 

EN PASSANT— Winter brings maturity and solemnity to college years and promise of new springs to come 
—Our leaders: Bill Ostrander, Dave Hathaway, Laurel Lawson, Cathy Buckley, Dick Jennings— Training 
school blues vs. classroom woes— Scanning the placement board— Philosophy of Education, what is the Good 
Life?— Second semester brings change in roles— The end nears— Cap and Gown Day— Prom— Banquet— Bacca- 
laureate— Graduation and out into the world to meet a new spring. 

All these things we shall remember, in passing. 



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The trouble with common sense is that it isn't common. 




Did you ever see a Georgia belle peel? 



In gay abandon. 




They're not burning witches in Salem anymore— it's not a la mode. 



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Ours is not the question 'why'. 
Ours is to get out of there. 



The total counts as they say in the First National Store. 




You cast your bread upon the waters and it comes back soggy. 



You can bet your bottom kopek. 




An A is a many splendored thing 



It depends on how you are when you are killed. 



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When the days begin to lengthen, the cold begins to strengthen. 



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The Lord must love the poor, he made so many of them. 



They're revolting when they revolt. 




God's angry men. 



Now you see the Constitutional Assembly, now you don't. 




Where there's a will, there's a way 



The unholy three. 



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Seniors 



JAMES ARCHEY .... 101 Parker Street, Pittsfield 

GERALDINE BARAN . Dean Street, Cheshire 

CYNTHIA BARROW 48 Seaview Avenue, Fairhaven 

LINDA BEARSE Bayview Road, South Chatham 

ELLIOT BINNS .._ 179 Kent Street, Brookline 

MICHAEL BOBOWIEC, JR. . 17 Murray Street, Adams 

MARTHA BORNAK .._. 25 Velma Avenue, Pittsfield 

RUSSELL BRAZEAU 37 Chickering Street, Pittsfield 

JOAN BRIGNOLO State Road, Williamstown 

CATHERINE BUCKLEY 20 Taylor Street, Pittsfield 

JAMES CAHALAN, JR. 64 Bridges Road, Williamstown 

WILLIAM CHANDLER _____ North Spencer Road, Spencer 

BARBARA CECCHI 30 Deering Street, Agawam 

RICHARD COLEMAN Mountain View Street, Housatonic 

PRISCILLA CROSIER _____ Griswaldville 

LOIS DANIELS ___. ..___ 1025 William Street, Lanesboro 

JUDITH DeMAYO . 541 East Main Street, North Adams 

SHEILA DONOVAN 139 Front Street, North Adams 

BERNARD FRYC — - 27 Anthony Street, Adams 

JOHN GALLIVAN 20 Summer Street, Adams 

PHILIP GIROUX ._ 24 Woodland Street, Arlington 

PHYLLIS GOODWIN .. 46 William Street, Fairhaven 

CAROL HARRINGTON 120 Danforth Avenue, Pittsfield 

DAVID HATHAWAY Notch Road, Adams 

RALPH HUNTER 68 Meadow Street, North Adams 

RICHARD JENNINGS North Plain Road, Housatonic 

RICHARD LA POINTE 6 Grove Street, Pittsfield 

LAUREL LAWSON 20 Leonard Street, Adams 



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FREDERICK LiLLPOPP 956 Main Street, Dalton 

JULIA LOWE 136 Brainerd Street, South Hadley 

JANET MacGREGOR 1293 Main Street, Holden 

LYNN MALIONE 1 Newark Street, Adams 

CAROLE MAZZA 22 Veazie Street, North Adams 

WILLIAM MITCHELL 10 Ruth Street, Worcester 

ROBERT MOREY 12 Miller Street, Adams 

ROBERT MULARSZKY 221 Elm Street, New Bedford 

WILLIAM OSTRANDER 55 Hall Street, North Adams 

SALLY LYNN OSTROBINSKI 33 Brown Street, Adams 

KAREN PAULSEN 35 Warren Avenue, Woburn 

DOUGLAS PEPIN 15 Westminster Street, Pittsfield 

PAUL PERACHI '21 Elizabeth Street, Pittsfield 

JACQUELINE RAYMOND 54 North Main Street, Orange 

JEANNETTE RICHARD 140 East Boulevard, Gloversville, N.Y. 

ANTHONY RUSSO 250 Dalton Div. Road, Pittsfield 

RICHARD ST. FRANCIS 66 Angeli Street, North Adams 

JOSEPH SANTACROCE 39 Winter Street, Milford 

JOYCE SERDAHELY 90 Water Street, Williamstown 

CAROL SHAY 49 East Quincy Street, North Adams 

JUNE SHOGRY 35 Westwood Road, Pittsfield 

GAIL SIMMONS 38 Elmhurst Avenue, Pittsfield 

MARY SIWIK 331 Hersom Street, New Bedford 

JOSEPH SPINAZOLA, JR. 46 Fay Road, Framingham 

CLAUDIA TAYLOR 143 Montgomery Avenue, Pittsfield 

GORDON TAYLOR 82 Meade Avenue, North Adams 

MARTHA TISDALE East Road, Adams 

MANLEY TYLER 5 Edgewood Avenue, North Adams 

PATRICIA WARCHOL Mill River Road, South Deerfield 

ARLENE WYNN 17 Angeli Street, North Adams 



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